Microwave Electrodynamic Characteristics of Ceramic Materials

Authors V.І. Grygoruk1, V.V. Oliynyk1 , V.V. Zagorodnii1, G.V. Lisachuk2 , R.V. Kryvobok2 , A.V. Zakharov2 , V.V. Voloshchuk2, M.S. Maistat2

1Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 64/13, Volodymyrska St., 01061 Kyiv, Ukraine

2National Technical University "KhPI", 2, Kyrpychova St., 61002 Kharkiv, Ukraine

Issue Volume 14, Year 2022, Number 1
Dates Received 09 January 2021; revised manuscript received 22 February 2022; published online 28 February 2022
Citation V.І. Grygoruk, V.V. Oliynyk, V.V. Zagorodnii, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 14 No 1, 01016 (2022)
DOI https://doi.org/10.21272/jnep.14(1).01016
PACS Number(s) 41.20.Jb, 77.84. – s
Keywords Ceramic tile, Electrically conductive admixtures, Attenuation and reflection coefficients, Complex permittivity and permeability, Dielectric loss tangent.

The results of experimental studies of the developed veneering ceramics with electrically conductive SiC admixtures of 10 and 20 wt. % are presented. The main electrodynamic characteristics of ceramics such as microwave permittivity, dielectric loss tangent, attenuation and reflection coefficients were measured by PNA N5227A Keysight Technologies vector network analyzer in the frequency range of 1-67 GHz. The instrument software automates measurements of complex permittivity and permeability of materials. The results can be presented in S-parameter format, ε', ε", tanδ, μ' and μ". The effective permittivity of the composite depends on the filling factor of the composite matrix with particles (the ratio of the total volume of particles to the entire volume of the medium). In the case of low concentrations of nanoparticles, the approach based on the Maxwell-Garnett effective medium theory provides fairly accurate results. The characteristics of the developed ceramics are shown, which allow its use in construction engineering and electronic devices in order to effectively shield harmful electromagnetic radiation. According to the classification, ceramics themselves can be attributed to radio-absorbing ceramics.

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